Prof. Mohamed Ezzat

Prof. Mohamed Ezzat

Professor

Faculty Building

UB2

Biography

Dr. Ezzat has extensive manufacturing and quality engineering experience in the automotive and hospitality industries as well as in-depth involvement in academia. His industrial background is based on establishing strong relationships between various disciplines within the organization and with suppliers. He has a proven record for systematic implementation of process improvement techniques in the US, Europe, and various countries in the Far East, and China. He has earned his Doctorate and master’s degrees in industrial engineering from Texas Tech University at Lubbock, Texas. His B.Sc. degree was in Aeronautical Engineering from Cairo University. Dr. Ezzat has worked in the aircraft design field after his graduation both in Egypt and the US. He is a Certified Professional Engineer, Certified Quality Engineer and Certified Quality Auditor by the American Society for Quality, ASQ.

Recent Publications

USING INDUSTRY 4.0 TECHNOLOGIES TO ENRICH THE MANUFACTURING SMES IN EGYPT

Egypt's vision 2030 is a national strategic vision formulated in 2016 with the set goal to attain the comprehensive sustainable development of the economy, society, and environment in three main aspects. On the economic front; Egypt is committed to decreasing the budget deficits and public debt achieving sustainable GDP improvement and becoming one of the world's top ten economies by 2030. Given

Simplified modelling for power consumption of base station sites in mobile telecommunications systems

Reducing energy consumption is a global concern for all industries. Modern communications systems facilitate human interactions compared to previous ages. Telecommunications and IT are among the fast-growing industries with rapid demand for more energy. Moreover, the wide adoption of wireless mobile communications applications has resulted in installing massive numbers of Base Station (BS) sites

Software and Communications

The use of information and communication technologies in the agribusiness sector in Egypt

The Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have been developed in the last decades and since its functionality and uses, have increased tremendously, in many sectors and they become fundamental in our life today. It is a main part of almost every activity, product, and service in our lives. Therefore, the use of ICT in agribusiness is not an exception. On the other hand, Agribusinesses

Guidelines for selecting emerging technology features for cloud erp

Emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT) permeate every aspect of work and life. For example, in the supply chain management: IoT-networked sensors can provide real-time insight into the provenance of goods and materials, supplier performance, available capacity, predictive demand and other key data. In turn, this data can feed autonomous

Artificial Intelligence
Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness

Logistics 4.0: Definition and Historical Background

Logistics 4.0 is very important to the current business world. It is expected to revolutionize a lot of business aspects. However, there is no clear definition for Logistics 4.0 till now. Due to its important impact on businesses nowadays, this work aims at reaching a definition for Logistics 4.0. The process of defining Logistics 4.0 is performed through reviewing the historical background

Merging supply chain and blockchain technologies

Technology is a significant component in our everyday life. Many definitions exist for technology, one of which is “all the knowledge, products, processes, tools, methods and systems employed in the creation of goods or in providing services”. Due to the impact of technological innovations on organizations, competitiveness levels are raised noticeably. Hence, reliable means of information exchange